SLWA News

SLWA Recommends: Helen Cammock on Artemisia Gentileschi
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BOW DOWN: WOMEN IN ART Turner-Prize-shortlisted artist and winner of the 2018 Max Mara Prize for Women – Helen Cammock on the 17th century Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Other episodes include the critic and memoirist Juliet Jacques on the surrealist...
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HEO + 3 – Heo – the private view and history of the event
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We are really pleased that the Weekender has given us some fantastic coverage on HEO.
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Debating current political and social issues - how can art evoke change? Politics, war and activisim. Join the circle, take a seat and enjoy the evening with a welcome drink. Wednesday 29 January 2020 7 - 8.30 pm RSVP office@acflondon.org...
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SLWA at Nothing Less! curated by Aline Lara Rezende & Julia Hartmann
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Nothing Less! 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage is an exhibition that questions what constitutes women’s rights today.
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Winter Salon in partnership with THE DULWICH ESTATE
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A pop up window display of painting, drawing, collage, photography and fine art prints by a selection of member artists.
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moira Jarvis Tree Paintings
Moira Jarvis 1949-2018
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Moira Jarvis was a committee member of South London Women Artists and also edited our ArtVerve online publication.
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SLWA artist receives Life Long Learning Award
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Congratulations to SLWArtist Karen J. Smith who has recently won, a very well deserved, Life Long Learning Award from Morley College.
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pillow talk
Pillow Talk – conversations with women
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Pillow Talk  - conversations with women is a collaboration between South London Women Artists and the Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths, University of London. Documenting the journey the project has taken between 2016- 2018, Pillow Talk contains texts and conversations outlining...
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Dulwich Artists Open House
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South London Women Artist Janet Tod was exhibiting as part of the Dulwich Festival Artists Open House.
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julie bennett - music makers
Joint Exhibition – Music Makers
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Hackney Picturehouse presented the first joint exhibition of artists Julie Bennett and Gerald O’Dowd.
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